We all remember the acquisition of QCS Telecom by the WTBTS. This was posted on JW-Archive with a link to a linkedin profile of the alleged project manager. If it is true that they are actually putting down 100G network, I can tell you first hand that is effing expensive. Not considering all the other required infrastructure, like the fiber optic cable itself, the electronics alone are in the millions of dollars. At my work, we have our own fiber optic crew. We bury fiber optic and depending on the terrain and other issues, it can ran an average of $60,000 a mile. At the claimed 200 mi that would be about $12,000,000. Provided nothing makes it more expensive, like running into environmentally sensitive areas. We were lined up to provide fiber optic connectivity for SpaceX in Brownsville. We had to walk away from it because the cost burying fiber near Boca Chica beach (a protected area), meant we had to create a wildlife reserve to make up for the lost ecosystem. Management in my company said no.
A router capable of handling 100 G connection can go upwards of $200,000. A single port 100G router card is about $80,000 by itslef. They will definitely need more than one of those babies.
The other thing to notice... he has no formal education on the matter.